Loco13, how advanced of a skier are you? what do you like to ski?
For high speed groomers, head to Paradise bowl for blues. For blacks, International (Silver Queen lift) is by far my favorite. When it is freshly groomed you can really open it up and let em fly.
Late day powder stashes: hit up the gold link lift. You can find little stashes all over the place.
The trees to skiers left and skiers right of resurrection (East River Lift) are lots of fun. They can get a bit tight but you can almost always find some undisturbed snow in there. If you enter the trees on skiers left, wait till the start of the mogul field on resurrection to enter the trees. The upper half is a maze of tight trees, fallen logs, and all sorts of nastiness. The tree run slopes gently to skiers left, but stay to the right and you'll pop out into a clear section. You'll be able to see the clearing on your right as you ride the lift. Its just above the end of the moguls on resurrection, if you're not looking for it you will miss it. Its short, but the further skiers left you are on it, the nicer the snow. It's also a fun way to see if you are ready to handle steeper terrain. (guesstimate of 30-35 deg for the clearing) After the clearing you go through a short, often skied out, section of trees before dropping onto a cattrack. I recommend not going into the lower section of trees, some parts are fun but it gets narrow and becomes more work than it is worth. important note: do not enter these trees unless you are comfortable skiing a black run with trees on it. ALWAYS take someone with you, if you get hurt in there the chances of being found in a reasonable amount of time are pretty slim.
If that sounds like a bit too much for you, the trees on either side of Mineral Point (Red Lady Express lift) are fairly docile and can be enjoyed by anyone able to ski a blue. If you are coming off the red lady express and are following the cat track towards paradise, just before you go around the right hand turn of the cat, drop to your left for a wide open and easy tree run. It is a great way to introduce someone to skiing in powder and trees, and there is little risk. (except for tree wells)
For short steep sections, start off in paradise bowl. follow the cattrack (Ruby Road) to skiers left (the right if you are unloading from the paradise lift). Just as the trees start, drop in and navigate your way down. There is also a short mogul run on skiers right that is used to test people for the extreme limits tour.(this is NOT the moguls before the trees start) The further along the cattrack you go, the steeper and longer it gets. Don't be fooled by the length, some of the sections become extremely technical and steep. Some include manditory 15 ft air with a very narrow landing (it's called field goal for a reason
) For your first run, I would strongly recommend dropping onto the mogul run or just before the mogul run and see how you do. When you get off the trees/moguls cut skiers left and look back up toward the entrance, ski along the length of the trees and get an idea of what awaits you if you drop in further left on Ruby Road.
Tower 11 is also a decent sample of the steeps of CB. You'll pass right over it as you ride the Paradise lift. Approximately half way you will go over it (you will know it when you see it) It's a pretty good way to get into steeps, you can also choose not to ski the chute and ski down under the lift if it appears too steep when you are at the top. Be aware that like most steeps at CB, there will be plenty of rocks sticking out . Go slow at first and pick your way down them. As you gain confidence and speed you can give a little hop and go flying right over them.
There are plenty of other stashes to be found, but I'll leave it to you to explore or find a local. If you want some info about headwall and the northface just reply and I'll write it up later this afternoon.